I know those SW-311's are not the end all for HT but how do they perform musically with the RF-7II's? I would not mind finding one of it's little brothers SW-308 for my computer rig.
Two of these perform quite well producing tight base notes together with RF-7 II, both during the movies and music. All six RF-7 II goes up to 40Hz and RC-64 II goes up to 60 Hz, while two subs produce LFE + Main.
As I stated above, I went in with two step calibration process. 1st I carried out Audessey with marginal difference and next I carried out Klipsch Room Correction Calibration for each sub (mic were placed at two different positions for each sub) that lead to significant difference. After playing various material for 6-8 hours for couple of days, I've finally reduced volume from full 11db to 8dB on Klipsch subs as it's too much base, rattling-shaking windows of three rooms - The room they're placed into as well as my nook and library.
I watched few movies with known base heavy passages and it definitely shakes the corner of the home and prorogates the low frequency wave through the floor.
Issue: The only issue right now is that it wakes up for some reason while content is played with Left main and Right main signals. It stays on during 5.1/7.1 content and similarly it would be okay if it stayed on during 2.0 content instead of waking up in the middle, which causes a unwanted small pop. As soon as I get cables, I'll try out trigger inputs instead of LFE signal.